Kevin Na (38), Korean-American, won 5 wins on the American Professional Golf Tour (PGA).
Kevin I caught 6 birdies in the last 4 rounds of the Sony Open ($ 6.6 million total prize) held at the Waialay Country Club (par 70, 744 yards) in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA on the 18th (Korean time) . Locked and reduced 5 times.
Kevin Na, who recorded a final total of 21 for par 259, defeated Chris Kirk (USA) and Joaquin Neiman (Chile, 20 for par 260 times) to win the championship. The winning prize is $ 1,188,000 (about $ 1,331 million in winnings).
Kevin I added a multiplier in one year and three months after the opening of Schreiners Children’s Hospital in October 2019 and lifted the fifth trophy in the PGA Tour race. He has won one victory for four consecutive seasons since the July 2018 military tribute to the 2017-2018 season.
Kevin I started the fourth round of the day with a tie for second place, two shots behind Brendon Steele (USA), and won the change.
The first half was Steel’s leading aqueous environment.
Kevin Naga threw a 4.5m birdt putt into the second hole (par 4) and pressed a shot, but Steele made two cars with the 7th hole (par 3) again, and took momentum with the eagle in the 9th hole (par 5). Servant. Kevin Na also grabbed a bird from the same hole and followed Steel with a three-shot shot.
The tenth hole (par. 4) still wrote the first look, but Kevin I also wrote the 12th hole (par. 4) and the three putt bogey, so there was still a three-shot car. Kevin I, who had once been tied for second place, bounced with a bird in the 13th hole (par 4).
Then, in hole 14 (par. 4), while Steele accidentally wrote an approach shot, Kevin I added a little bird and joined the joint cover of the four and in hole 15 (par. 5), shrink once more and was instantly left alone. Jump to the head.
Kirk in front of the two groups finished the game first with a bird 20 below with a bird in the last hole 18 (par 5), and Kevin I put the third shot in hole 18 at about 50cm and grabbed the bird and confirmed the championship. .
Kevin, who chose 18 years of touring experience as the driving force behind the championship in a broadcast interview after winning the championship, said in Korean: “Thank you for your support. I’m happy to win and I’ll see you in Korea someday. “
Neiman, who missed overtime against Harris English (USA) last week in the Century Tournament of Champions, had to be pleased with the runner-up this week thanks to his last friend.
Steele, who lost to Cameron Smith (Australia) in last year’s overtime game, only cut once in the final round and tied for fourth with Webb Simpson (USA) and Mark Leishman (Australia) ( 19 according to para 261).
Among Korean players, Lee Kyung-hoon (30) scored the best with 265 hits at 15 below and tied for 19th. In the final round, Lee Kyung-hoon swept 7 birdies and tied 1 bogie, reducing 6 strokes and increasing the ranking by 20 places.
Kim Si-woo (26) was tied for 25th place (14 for pair 266 strokes) and Lim Seongjae (23) for 56th position (9 for pair 271 strokes).
Choi Gyeong-ju (51) finished in 71st place (5 per pair 275 times).
The PGA Tour, which has held two competitions in Hawaii, will be followed by American Express, which opens on the 21st in La Quinta, California, USA. yunhap news